This year St Hilda’s-St Patrick’s will be helping six local households have a nicer Christmas. We are picking up one new family through the alternative high school – more details to come – and will also be supporting some local seniors and disabled/underemployed individuals. To participate in this outreach, please make donations to the “Food […]
Join Barbara Hatt in participating in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Registration is open now and the Seattle walk is scheduled for October 1st. Donations can be made directly to Barbara Hatt or here. Registration for The Seattle Walk can be found here.
Spiritual Stitchers invites the congregation to join in our Epiphany Project. Knit, crochet, or shop for winter hats, scarves, and or gloves/mittens to be donated to Clothes for Kids which provides support for Snohomish Co. school children and their families. Clothes for Kids was very pleased to hear of our project and will be looking forward to our Epiphany
Join us in helping low income families in our local area to have a better Thanksgiving by contributing to the Thanksgiving Food Baskets outreach. We have six families headed by working or disabled/older adults that have historically relied on us for a little help to enjoy a nicer holiday. We want to send each family
While our homeless and hungry neighbors are being provided with bags of staples, produce and bakery items each Saturday morning at Trinity Lutheran Lynnwood, now that the colder weather is upon us some of our neighbors are also struggling to keep warm and dry. Neighbors in Need is asking for some basic clothing necessities for
Once again, we’re providing backpacks for students at Scriber Lake High School, the Edmonds School District alternative high school. To simplify the process, the project coordinator – Carol Rypkema – is asking for cash donations to buy the backpacks and contents, which will be dropped off at the alternative school in early September. We’d like
This month, we continue to support the efforts of Trinity Lutheran (Neighbors in Need) to minister to our hungry neighbors who are simply trying to survive the impacts of Corona Virus and job losses. In April we collected and donated 52 jars of peanut butter. (Thanks!) We have again been asked to help collect 16 oz. jars of “creamy”